Saturday, July 11, 2015

The People's Market at Tennyson.

After baby yoga, baby was cranky. 

In these times, I will often go for a long drive around Adelaide so she can sleep, regularly surprised at how it really doesn't take long to drive down the coast, which is where I invariably end up. 

This drive takes us passed a shop called The People's Market, which with it's community arts and crafts vibe is very appealing to an urban hippy like myself.

Today, I was able to leave the baby in the car to sleep as my husband was along for the ride.  

Walking in I was greeted with 60's pop songs, playing on vinyl from an old record player. While I resisted the urge to bop along, I was visually in awe of all of the fresh, local produce, a mountain of fresh bread and the scattering of vegan fare. 

As I get Juice Quest deliveries every Thursday, I didn't really need much in the way of fruit and veg so I purchased a huge fruit loaf, a large focaccia, a bunch of fesh basil, a jar of hot pickled onions and this vegan Treacle Tart. 

I've never had a Treacle Tart before but was assured by the shop owner that it's a bit of an institution. 

I really liked the vibe of The People's Market. I'll be going back to check it out, for sure. 


  1. I don't know about this particular brand, but the ones I've had have been really sweet, even by my standards. Best enjoyed in small quantities!

    1. It is really sweet. So sweet that I can feel the sugar rush. It'll suit a good cup of tea. 😊

  2. Sounds good. Where in Tennyson is it?